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Spanish Education System

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  • 1. SPANISH EDUCATION SYSTEM
  • 2. 17 autonomous communities = 17 ed systems
  • 3. STRUCTURE
  • 4. Schools in Spain
    • State schools
    • Privately run schools funded by the State
    • Private schools
  • 5. EDUCACIÓN INFANTIL
    • FIRST CYCLE: 0-3 Y.O.
      • Nursery schools
      • Increasing number.
    • SECOND CYCLE: 3-5 Y.O.
      • Not compulsory
      • Free
      • 98% of children of this age go to school
      • Same buildings as primary
  • 6. PRIMARY EDUCATION
    • Structured as three 2 year cycles:
      • First Cycle (6–7 years old)
      • Second Cycle (8–9 years old)
      • Third Cycle (10–11 years old)
  • 7. Compulsory Secondary Education (ESO)
    • 1st Cycle (12–13 years old)
    • 2nd Cycle (14–15 years old)
  • 8. Postcompulsory education
    • Spanish Bachillerato: Upper secondary
    • Vocational Training.
      • Medium grade
      • Upper grade
  • 9. PRIMARY ED. SUBJECTS
    • Environmental knowledge
    • Maths
    • Spanish
    • Regional Language
    • English
    • Arts
    • Music
    • P.E
    • Religion /Alternative
  • 10. Key Competences for lifelong Learning
    • communication in the mother tongue and at least in one foreign language
    • mathematical competence
    • competences in science and technology.
    • digital competence (ICT);
    • learning to learn;
    • social and civic competences.
    • sense of initiative and entrepreneurship
    • cultural awareness and expression
  • 11. MARKS: for each subject
    • PRIMARY
      • Sobresaliente = Excellent
      • Notable = Very good
      • Bien = Good
      • Suficiente = OK
      • Insuficiente = Not good enough (Failure)
    • SECONDARY
      • Numbers up to ten: You must get 5+
  • 12. MATERIALS AND BUDGET
    • EI and compulsory Education is free
    • Parents buy text books: get a fund from the administration
  • 13. TEACHERS
    • Primary school teachers
      • 3 years degree at a University school
    • Secondary school teachers
      • Five years degree at University
    All get the salary from Administration
  • 14. TEACHER’S WORK HOURS
    • PRIMARY
      • 25 teaching hours including breaks
      • 5 hours for planning, meetings…
      • Up to 37 ½ for training and work at home
    • SECONDARY
      • 18 teaching hours
      • 7 hours for planning, meetings…
      • Up to 37 ½ to work at home, training…
  • 15. CHALLENGES
    • Adap to teaching key competences
    • Dealing with discipline problems and violence
    • Children with special needs
    • Inmigrants
    • Including ICT in lessons
    • CLIL